Being a stand-up person was to display some conviction or integrity.

When Aeryn Sun was telling John Crichton how her fellow Peacekeepers turned on her for speaking for John, he told her, "Well back home, we call it being stand-up." She responded by pointing out that, "I stood up, and I no longer have a home." ("I, E.T.")

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